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Candidates’ Drug-Price Plans May Miss The Mark
Kaiser Health News

Most of the people running for president say they want to do something about the rising cost of prescription drugs. But most of their proposals probably won’t work because they don’t address the dynamics behind these price increases.

“There’s no magic bullet,” said John Rother, president and CEO of the National Coalition on Health Care, a nonpartisan research group. Solving the problem “will require a whole range of policies.”

Democrats Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders each have drug price proposals.